Another QE is a bad idea for US
Will another round of QE create more jobs? The chances for that are slim, because there is more than enough money in the market.
Davos seeks recovery path
While the US and Europe struggle, emerging-market economies, which used to stoke the fires of global growth, are also showing signs of weakness.
Toward a brighter future for the Chinese economy
Premier Wen Jiabao delivered a speech at the opening ceremony of the sixth Annual Meeting of the New Champions, also known as the Summer Davos, in Tianjin on Tuesday.
China shows sincerity about regional cooperation at APEC meeting and is ready to contribute more to economic progress.
Green economy should not be used as political card: economist
The development of green economy should not be used as a political card, while mutual understanding and trust is the best way to fight protectionism, prominent Chinese economist Cheng Siwei said Friday, commenting on an EU anti-dumping probe towards solar imports from China.
EU needs to think big, like APEC
As trade ministers in the Asia-Pacific region agreed Thursday to slash the tariffs of 54 green products including solar batteries, the European Commission, on the same day, announced a decision running exactly the opposite.
Short sellers preying on firms
Citron Research's investigative report on Qihoo has created a storm among many Chinese who have hit back at Citron.
Need to clarify property tax
New taxes should be aimed at specific targets to curb speculation and help develop a healthy realty sector.
It is unwise for EU to launch solar trade war against China
Waging a trade war based on the alleged dumping of Chinese solar products is unwise for the European Union because such a move will only backfire and hurt not only Chinese producers but Europe itself.
Do it right, Mr Left
Andrew Left has failed to provide ample justification for his publication of erroneous data in investment reports concerning US-listed Chinese hi-tech companies.
Toward more effective regulation
A total of 76 people have been killed in three accidents since Aug 13, according to State Administration of Work Safety reports.
Commit APEC to recovery
With the world economy on a rocky road toward recovery, expectations are running high about the forthcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting.